Reserves held at Letchworth
Local derby ends all square. Corehard man of the match: Jack Holmes
The Ks conceded late on and had to settle for a point despite being on top for most of the game.
The scrappy opening 15 minutes saw Knebworth enjoy the brighter moments and twice Danny Kingston could've put them ahead but for a lobbed effort straying wide of the target and a tame looping header. Louis Gilbert broke clear and slotted past Mole on 18 minutes to end the stalemate. Eagles battled and crafted a couple of openings in the remainder of the half, the best being a Brown header just before the interval. There was still time for Jon Dunne to threaten to extend the Knebworth advantage as he went clean through, only to drill into the side netting.
Knebworth dominated much of the second half with Kingston denied by a block eight yards from goal and Charlie Pratt's teasing cross going begging as Gilbert was unable to connected in front of goal. The game swung in Letchworth's favour with 15 minutes remaining as Callum Rowe was sin binned and the visitors were down to ten men for ten minutes. In that time a free kick from deep was sent into the Ks' box and a well taken finish restored parity. Back up to a full complement Knebworth pressed hard for a winner but couldn't make the breakthrough.
Corehard man of the match: Jack Holmes